- Years Adjunct Professor of Law
- Admitted to all Oregon Courts
- Bankruptcy Debt Discharged
Rob’s practice focuses on debtor/creditor relations and general civil litigation. He is an advocate for both individual and business clients, guiding them through complicated legal matters and debtor/creditor issues. Well known throughout Eastern Washington as a progressive and creative practitioner, he is well versed in the complex and intricate nuances of bankruptcy law. He has the experience needed to represent consumers in Chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcy proceedings as well as business and farm interests in reorganizations under Chapter 11 and 12. Aside from the bankruptcy practice, Rob also helps litigants in complex dissolution proceedings, business disputes and real estate matters.
Rob was born and raised in Blythe, California, a farming community in the desert southwest. He attended the University of California at Santa Barbara where he earned two degrees in 1995 one in Anthropology (B.A.) and another in Law and Society (B.A).
He attended Gonzaga University School of Law and received his degree in 1999. He was a member of Gonzaga Law Review.
Rob is admitted to practice in Federal and State courts in both Washington and Oregon. He was an Adjunct Professor at Columbia Basin College where he taught Contracts, Transactional Law and Business Associations.
In his spare time Rob enjoys spending time outdoors, golfing in warm weather and hunting upland birds and waterfowl in the winter. Rob is married to Suzanne and together they have a family of four children and one Labrador, Bones.